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For residents living on the west coast of Java Island, the eruptions that came from Anak Krakatau in the Sunda Strait prior to a tsunami that struck the area on Saturday were nothing out of the ordinary. They said the volcano was only “coughing” and that it was nothing to worry about.
But that day, Walid, 27, a fisherman, felt something different.
(The Jakarta Post/Vela Andapita)